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Author Bismuth, RĂ©gis.

Title The Transnationalization of Anti-Corruption Law
Published Milton : Taylor & Francis Group, 2021
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Description 1 online resource (585 p.)
Series Transnational Law and Governance Ser
Transnational Law and Governance Ser
Contents Cover -- Half Title -- Series Page -- Title Page -- Copyright Page -- Table of Contents -- List of figures -- List of tables -- About the editors -- Contributors -- Foreword -- Preface -- Acknowledgements -- Abbreviations -- Chapter 1 The transnationalization of anti-corruption law: an introduction and overview -- Part I International, regional, and domestic sources of anti-corruption law: eclecticism or convergence? -- Chapter 2 The Americanization of international anti-corruption: the influence of the FCPA on the OAS and OECD conventions
Chapter 18 The World Bank Group in international dispute resolution of fraud and corruption: examining the practice and jurisprudence of the Sanctions Board and ICSID Arbitral Tribunals -- Chapter 19 References to international anti-corruption conventions in international investment arbitration and international investment agreements -- Part V Challenges in the transnational enforcement of anti-corruption laws -- Chapter 20 The global diffusion of DPAs: the not so functional remaking of the rules against business corruption
Chapter 3 Toward an interest group theory of foreign anti-corruption laws -- Chapter 4 Never waste a crisis: anti-corruption reforms in South America -- Chapter 5 The relevance of moral arguments against foreign bribery: Israel as a case study -- Chapter 6 France's new approach towards extraterritoriality in anti-corruption law: paving the way for a protective principle in economic matters? -- Chapter 7 Chinese multinational corporations' obligations in the global anti-corruption arena: levelling the playing field in Africa -- Part II Traditional methods reconsidered
Chapter 8 The failure of transnational anti-corruption law: civil law strategies reconsidered -- Chapter 9 The proliferation of international anti-corruption initiatives, standards, and guidelines: classification, benefits and shortcomings, future prospects -- Chapter 10 In the ocean of anti-corruption compliance standards and guidelines: time for codification? -- Chapter 11 State capture through corruption: how can human rights help? -- Chapter 12 Impact of corruption on the implementation of international law: an international criminal law perspective
Part III The new frontiers of compliance -- Chapter 13 Whistleblower protection: the next frontier in the transnationalization of anti-corruption law -- Chapter 14 The contract as anti-corruption platform for the global corporate sector -- Chapter 15 Linear and non-linear modeling techniques in transnational corruption risk assessment -- Chapter 16 Transnationalization of anti-corruption trainings -- Part IV Anti-corruption considerations in international dispute resolution -- Chapter 17 Methodologies for proving corruption in arbitration: uses and limitations of red flags
Notes Chapter 21 The impact of blocking statutes on the enforcement of anti-corruption laws
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Form Electronic book
Author Dunin-Wasowicz, Jan.
Nichols, Philip M
ISBN 1000389855